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Early child care experiences play role in kids’ future

21-04-2015 Children who use centre-based child care and multiple care arrangements across their early years are better prepared for school, a new QUT study has found.

QUT Classic puts 1300 runners to the test on May 3

20-04-2015 Grab your running gear and get ready for the third annual QUT Classic on May 3 - a family-friendly fundraising fun run (or walk) aimed at all ages.

New flood-resistant QUT Gardens Point ferry terminal opens

20-04-2015 The new flood-resistant QUT Gardens Point ferry terminal has opened to the public with the promise of being strong enough to withstand a one-in-500-year flood event.

Shock horror: Humour persuades young males to slow down

20-04-2015 Graphic, strong threat or fear-based anti-speeding advertising campaigns are less likely to influence young males, a high-risk group over-represented in the nation's road toll, QUT research has found.

QUT hosts Domestic Violence Symposium

20-04-2015 An Australian woman dies every week as a result of domestic violence.

QUT creative writing graduate a 2015 Stella Prize contender for first book

16-04-2015 A QUT creative writing graduate now working on a novel about Aboriginal relationships with megafauna has been shortlisted for the prestigious $50,000 2015 Stella Prize for outstanding Australian women writers.

2015 Arrow Energy QUT Indigenous Scholarships announced

14-04-2015 Three Brisbane QUT students and another from Cairns have been named as the recipients of the 2015 Go Further Indigenous Tertiary Scholarships sponsored by Arrow Energy.

2015 QUT Nikon Small World Competition

13-04-2015 The QUT Nikon Small World Competition provides a forum for showcasing the beauty and complexity of life as seen through the light microscope. Think small and enter your finest photomicrographs by 10 July 2015 for your chance to win.

Democratising research: a funding-system fix might be as simple as a secret ballot

09-04-2015 Could an Oscar's-style secret ballot resolve the National Health and Medical Research Council's (NHMRC) time-consuming grant writing process?

Volunteers wanted for unique Alzheimer’s Disease early detection research project

09-04-2015 South-East Queensland volunteers are wanted for a global clinical research trial being conducted on the Gold Coast to identify the genetic risk factors of developing Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI) due to Alzheimer's Disease and test a medication with the potential to delay its onset.


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